ReportAlert.info - Danske Bank Group (CPH:DANSKE) publishes 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report
(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) February 11, 2011 - The 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report from The Danske Bank Group describes the dilemmas that are an unavoidable part of working extensively with responsibility in each of four focus areas: Business, employees, environment and society. Whilst accounting for the economic, environmental, and social performance of The Danske Bank Group, the report highlights:
The establishment of a Group framework for responsible sourcing.
How the Danske Bank Group aims to heighten knowledge about personal finances through the Financial Literacy Program for children, parents, teachers and young people.
The approval of a new ambitious environmental target to follow up the Group’s achievement of carbon neutrality: 20% reduction in electricity use from 2009 level by 2014.
New online possibilities that increase stakeholder involvement and add value to our dialogue with society.
The Group´s efforts to promote more women in management in our recruitment and promotion processes
The Danske Bank Group continues to use the G3 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, self declared GRI level B, for reporting together with the Financial Services Sector Supplement (16 indicators specific to the finance industry).
Reporting on corporate responsibility also forms part of the Danske Bank Group’s annual report. The CR report (http://www.reportalert.info/ra/profiles/DanskeBank/2011/?ID=36198) is available on the Group’s website (http://www.reportalert.info/ra/profiles/DanskeBank/2011/csr/?ID=36198), where a complete list of objectives, the Group CR Fact Book, Annual report, Global Compact Communication on Progress and the GRI index are also available.
The GRI index (http://www.reportalert.info/ra/profiles/DanskeBank/2011/csr/?ID=36198) is cross-referenced with UN Global Compact principles.
The Danske Bank Group is the largest financial services provider in Denmark and a leading player in the Nordic region with more than 5 million retail customers in 15 countries. The company employs 21,500 people delivering a range of financial services and insurance, asset management , brokerage, real estate and capital market products.
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